After earning her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University, Sarin started her career as a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise Financial. Frustrated with the struggle between what management wanted her to do and what was in the best interest of her clients, Sarin decided to go independent and join LPL Financial in 2009. This transition allowed her to serve as a trusted advisor who clients can turn to for objective guidance and advice. As an independent advisor, Sarin could put her clients and their needs first.
Since 2005, Sarin has been helping clients define and pursue their financial goals. She believes that the most effective way to make a true impact on her clients' finances is to build long-term relationships. A cornerstone of the SMB Client Service model is open communication based on objectivity and trust. Sarin's consultative approach encourages her clients to be an active participant in the financial planning process, to build on their experience and judgement, and supply them with the knowledge they need to make important, informed decisions.
Contributing to the Women in Finance movement - not just financial literacy and advocacy, but also encouraging more women to join the male dominated industry is a cause that Sarin is very passionate about. She has partnered with LPL's Diversity & Inclusion team as well as her alma mater, Boston University, to work on different initiatives with this goal in mind.
Out of the office, Sarin and her husband, Albert, are busy keeping up with their sons, Samuel and Christian. As a family, they enjoy traveling, biking and dance parties.